Which One Doesn’t Belong?
With the help of this website, show students a group of 4 images. Ask students to discuss which one does not fit in the group and why. Because a sensible argument can be made for all of the options, rich mathematical discussion is possible. Teachers may want to consider offering sentence frames for discussion. Many of the resources can be used at multiple math and language levels, making this resource perfect for students with limited literacy and groups of students with multiple levels of math proficiency.
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